Sasha Obama, the youngest daughter of Barack and Michelle Obama, recently started college at the University of Michigan. With her classes officially underway as of Aug. 28, fans of the former president and his family may have started to think about what her life will be like at the school. These curiosities may include wondering if Sasha will have Secret Service accompanying her in her day-to-day life.

According to Elite Daily, fans believed it was safe to assume that Sasha, 18, may have the Service tagging along as her dad was said to be in attendance on campus to help out during the transitional phase. As reported by The Detroit News on Aug. 28, students had seen Sasha in "a crowded hallway with ... some Secret Service dudes."

However, not everyone on campus was thrilled with the arrival of the extra security. Per The Detroit News, Zach Lassen, a third-year film student, revealed that some of his co-workers were a bit annoyed with their presence.

The decision to go to a public institution in order to receive her college degree made her an outlier in her famous family due to the fact that both of her parents went to Harvard Law School. Her older sister, Malia, just started her third year at Harvard, reports Metro Times.

If the youngest Obama does continue to have security protections in place, it would not be the first time that a former president's child was placed in such a position. For example, Chelsea Clinton had Air Force One, along with a motorcade, when she arrived at Stanford University in 1997. That decision may have been a bit more understandable as her dad, Bill Clinton, was still in office at the time.

Even if Sasha is granted security, it may be temporary. In 2013, then-President Obama signed a bill that gave himself, along with other ex-presidents, lifetime security, but that did not extend to adult children. However, there would be an exception for children under the age of 16. 

Aside from being under the watchful eye of the Secret Service, Sasha's time at school is said to already be off to a busy start as sororities are reportedly lining up in order to convince the "rush crush" to join their organization.

United States President Barack Obama, along with daughters Sasha and Malia United States President Barack Obama, along with daughters Sasha (L) and Malia (R), attend the 68th annual pardoning of Thanksgiving turkey Abe in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington November 25, 2015. Photo: Reuters/Gary Cameron